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Security Policies, Practices and Narratives on Migration in the Countries on the Balkan Route


Jakešević, Ružica; Tatalović, Siniša
Security Policies, Practices and Narratives on Migration in the Countries on the Balkan Route // Multiculturalism in Public Policies / Bašić, Goran ; Žagar, Mitja ; Tatalović, Siniša (ur.).
Beograd, Srbija: Institute of Social Sciences, Belgrade ; Academic Network for Cooperation in South-East Europe, 2018. str. 37-61


Naslov
Security Policies, Practices and Narratives on Migration in the Countries on the Balkan Route

Autori
Jakešević, Ružica ; Tatalović, Siniša

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
Multiculturalism in Public Policies

Urednik/ci
Bašić, Goran ; Žagar, Mitja ; Tatalović, Siniša

Izdavač
Institute of Social Sciences, Belgrade ; Academic Network for Cooperation in South-East Europe

Grad
Beograd, Srbija

Godina
2018

Raspon stranica
37-61

ISBN
978-86-7093-203-6

Ključne riječi
migration, securitisation, European migration crisis, Balkan Route countries, security policy

Sažetak
Some of the recent and current practices and narratives in the European security environment point to the very strong trend of securitization and in some instances the most appropriate term would be ‘criminalization’ of migration and migrants. Such trends were exacerbated by the mass movement of forced migrants mostly from the Middle East towards Europe, which was termed as the ‘European migration crisis of 2015/2016’. This crisis gave impetus to some negative developments at domestic, bilateral and European level, since there is still a lack of consensus between EU member states and European countries generally on the appropriate migration policies and on the nature of the current migration towards Europe. Such trends can be observed in different countries which make up the so-called Balkan route, which stretches through the territory of six countries between Turkey and Austria/Germany. The mass inflow of migrants though this route was almost completely stopped in March 2016 after the EU-Turkey deal had been achieved. However, due to the rising tensions between EU, especially some member states such as Netherlands and Germany, and Turkey, there is an increasing concern that this route might be re-opened. This has motivated some changes in different countries which point out to increasingly security-oriented approach to migration, with the strong emphasis on prevention, effective border controls, push- backs, restrictive asylum policies and militarization of usual police functions.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Politologija



POVEZANOST RADA


Ustanove
Fakultet političkih znanosti, Zagreb

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Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Jakešević, Ružica; Tatalović, Siniša
Security Policies, Practices and Narratives on Migration in the Countries on the Balkan Route // Multiculturalism in Public Policies / Bašić, Goran ; Žagar, Mitja ; Tatalović, Siniša (ur.).
Beograd, Srbija: Institute of Social Sciences, Belgrade ; Academic Network for Cooperation in South-East Europe, 2018. str. 37-61
Jakešević, R. & Tatalović, S. (2018) Security Policies, Practices and Narratives on Migration in the Countries on the Balkan Route. U: Bašić, G., Žagar, M. & Tatalović, S. (ur.) Multiculturalism in Public Policies. Beograd, Srbija, Institute of Social Sciences, Belgrade ; Academic Network for Cooperation in South-East Europe, str. 37-61.
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